Hmm. I have been trying to install NetBSD/mac68k and I've mostly been successful.
I have a couple of small problems, if anyone has thoughts on them they'd be greatly
1) Booter 1.8 doesn't like it when I ask it to boot the kernel on the netbsd
partition. It complains with something like "can't find netbsd (4,?)"
The disk is SCSI 4.
Boots are fine if I use the kernel from the MacOS side of things, but this makes
recompiling and rebooting a non-automatic process.
2) Serial consoles. They don't seem to work. I can't even get a getty process to work
or similar). I've tried several different partity settings on the terminal
(a wyse50 :( ) but nothing makes it happy. I noticed that if I do a
"stty -f /dev/tty00 -a" it list the speed as something just a bit off. If I
try and set it to 9600 for instance, stty then reports a speed of 9450 (give or
take a bit, I didn't write it down.) Trying 19200 prodcues 2050 (give or take).
It's important to get serial console working as well as serial boot messages
since I have to give back the monitor I'm using shortly. :-)
The machine is a MacIIci with 20 MB mem, 32 bit mode set, (does the video
card setting matter?) 256 grays (I think). NetBSD/mac68k 1.1 from ftp.netbsd.org.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.